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Commerce Department

(In Trade)
March 08, 2021

The commission next week will hold a hearing in its antidumping and countervailing duty investigations.


(In Trade)
March 04, 2021

“What President Biden has said is there will be a whole-of-government review of all of these policies and decide what it makes sense to maintain,” Gina Raimondo told MSNBC.


(In Trade)
March 02, 2021

The vote was 84-15.


(In Trade)
February 26, 2021

Cara Morrow, a former USTR official who later worked on e-commerce policy at Facebook, has been named director of policy at the ITA.


(Daily News)
February 18, 2021

The Commerce Department has released an analysis of the costs businesses could face in trying to comply with a controversial supply chain interim final rule for the information and communications technology sector, providing wide-ranging estimates depending on different business considerations.


(In Trade)
February 05, 2021

34 business groups ask the acting Commerce secretary to suspend the interim final rule issued last month.


(In Trade)
February 05, 2021

“I’ll lift the hold when the Biden admin commits to keep the massive Chinese Communist Party spy operation Huawei on the Entity List,” he tweeted.


(In Trade)
February 05, 2021

“I’ll lift the hold when the Biden admin commits to keep the massive Chinese Communist Party spy operation Huawei on the Entity List,” he tweeted.


(Daily News)
February 04, 2021

President Biden’s move to maintain national security-based tariffs on the United Arab Emirates likely isn’t indicative of how Section 232 duties will be handled broadly, industry sources said this week, suggesting the administration could opt to negotiate exemptions with key countries.


(In Trade)
February 03, 2021

Raimondo also touched on export controls, steel overcapacity and the U.S.-EU Privacy Shield.


(Daily News)
February 03, 2021

Gina Raimondo, President Biden’s pick for Commerce secretary, has “no reason to believe” Chinese companies such as Huawei, ZTE and DJI should not be on the Bureau of Industry and Security’s Entity List, she told the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee this week.


(Daily News)
January 27, 2021

“Untrusted vendors” like Huawei pose a threat to U.S. national security, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said on Wednesday, offering the first indication that the Biden administration won’t roll back actions targeting the Chinese telecommunications giant.


(Daily News)
January 26, 2021

President Biden’s pick for Commerce Department secretary, Gina Raimondo, on Tuesday told a Senate panel the agency under her watch would put national security first in dealing with China, but would take a step back to review Trump administration moves against Beijing.


(In Trade)
January 26, 2021

“Ideally, we want this rule to be taken down and this administration to start over with a more coordinated approach to supply chain security instead.”


(Daily News)
January 25, 2021

If confirmed, Biden Commerce secretary nominee Gina Raimondo should immediately review U.S. export control policy and take action to roll back the Trump administration’s expansion of the foreign direct product rule and controls on military end users, a global semiconductor industry group said on Monday.


(In Trade)
January 22, 2021

Christopher Hoff joined the Biden administration on Jan. 20


(Daily News)
January 21, 2021

The U.S. Commerce Department improperly calculated some antidumping and countervailing duties on Korean goods, a World Trade Organization dispute panel report determined on Thursday, handing the Biden administration its first WTO conundrum.


(In Trade)
January 20, 2021

 The Rhode Island governor, tapped to serve as Commerce secretary, will be vetted on Jan. 26.


(Daily News)
January 15, 2021

The final interim rule the Commerce Department issued on Thursday offers industry some clarity on the scope of technology products it will cover but still gives the Commerce secretary broad discretion to block imports of information and communications technology and services from “foreign adversaries.”


(Daily News)
January 15, 2021

Recent regulatory actions in Mexico have created “significant uncertainty” about its energy sector and damaged the investment climate, and they could run afoul of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, top U.S. officials this week said in a letter to their Mexican counterparts.


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